Conference 2019

ACENDIO CONFERENCE FALUN 2019

ACENDIO Conference Falun, Sweden, 28-30 March 2019                

The registration is now open for the ACENDIO conference 2019, 28-30 March in Falun, Sweden.

Go to http://www.du.se/acendio and start your registration for the conference.

The programme consists of a series of oral presentations, poster presentations and workshops. A fully detailed programme will be available at a later date. There will be three keynote addresses by prominent researchers.

Keynote Speakers

Karen Dunn LopezKaren Dunn Lopez, PhD, MPH, RN Karen Dunn Lopez, PhD, MPH, RN is a nursing informatics faculty member at the University of Illinois at Chicago where she also completed a National Institute of Health funded post-doctoral fellowship. Using a wide range of methods including human factors engineering and human centered design approaches, her program of research focuses on identifying factors that can improve the usability and usefulness of health information technologies with a focus on tailoring technologies to individual characteristics.

Suzanne BakkenSuzanne Bakken, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN, FACMI, FIAHSI, is the Alumni Professor of Nursing and a professor of biomedical informatics at Columbia University and Co-chair of the Health Analytics Center of the Data Science Institute. The goal of Dr. Bakken’s program of research is to promote health and reduce health disparities in underserved populations through the application of innovative informatics and data science methods. A major focus of her current grant portfolio is the visualization of health care data for community members, patients, clinicians, and community-based organizations.

Maria-Eulàlia Juvé-UdinaMaria-Eulàlia Juvé-Udina, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN is a Nurse Executive in the Catalan Institute of Health Hospitals since 2005 but also acts as group leader for the Nursing Research Group at IDIBELL Institute of Biomedical Research, and works at the University of Barcelona. She has directed the COM_VA project on nursing clinical expertise, the ARES program aimed to harmonize care plans for critical, step-down, day-care and ward in-patients among hospitals and coordinating the implementation of the electronic health record systems and the clinical information management systems.

 

 

Program please click on this link; ACENDIO 2019 conference program